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All of the Love Island 2021 contestants who have been kicked out of the villa so far…
Love Island 2021 is bringing us all the drama and love triangles as expected, but the show has not been without its fair share of savage dumpings.
A number of bombshells have entered the villa recently, turning heads with every step they take, leaving more room for some of the OG contestants to end their journey on the dating series.
But who has actually left Love Island so far?
Here’s everything you need to know to keep up with who’s been kicked out…
Priya Gopaldas didn't quite achieve the summer of love she was after.
The medical student was booted from the show in her couple with Brett after failing to convince their cast members as well as the public that they were a compatible pairing.
Priya, 23, had confessed to her fellow villa babes that she didn't see a spark with brett after getting "the ick".
Brett Staniland left the villa in the seventh week of the hit-dating show as he and partner Priya were made vulnerable by the compatibility vote by their fellow ilsanders.
The public vote opted not to save the pair in a tense dumping scene at the firepit.
Abigail Rawlings was dumped from the villa alongside Dale Mehmet after the other Islanders were forced to pick which boy and girl should leave in a brutal dumping.
She began her Love Island journey getting to know Toby but ended it in a friendship couple with Dale.
Dale Mehmet was the 14th Islander to leave the villa after the rest of the contestants were forced to decide who should be dumped.
He was coupled up with Abigail, who also got dumped, but was getting to know Casa Amor's Mary Bedford.
OG contestant Hugo Hammond left the villa as one of four dumpees in a brutal dumping where the Islanders had to pick which two of six people stayed.
He ended his Love Island journey with Amy, despite the two deciding to remain friends just before the dumping, while he became the 13th contestant to leave.
Leaving alongside her Casa Amor gal Clarisse, Amy was the twelfth contestant to be dumped from the villa, along with Hugo Hammond, who she had been coupled-up with.
Amy and Hugo's romance fizzled out towards the end of her time at the villa, leaving the pair to be vulnerable during the dumping.
Casa Amor's Clarisse was one of four contestants to be dumped from the villa after the Islanders chose which two people to save from the bottom six.
She and Tyler had recently ended things, with Tyler being picked to stay in the villa by his fellow Islanders so that he could pursue his connection with Kaz, while Clarisse became the eleventh dumpee.
Sam Jackson was one of the Casa Amor boys who joined the girls in the main villa and coupled-up with Faye, but became the tenth Islander to leave.
His-short lived stint on the show came after Faye and Teddy rekindled their romance, leaving Sam to become one of the Islanders left in a friendship couple.
Lucinda Strafford became the ninth contestant to leave Love Island after she and Aaron were left at the bottom of the public vote.
This was the boutique owner's third time in the bottom three, with the first time being when she and Brad were forced to choose which one of them would continue their Love Island journey in a savage twist.
The 21-year-old has said, following her departure, that she's keen to see how things go with Aaron on the outside world.
Aaron Francis is the eigth contestant to be dumped from the villa, along with Lucinda.
The couple are set to continue their romance outside of the villa, as sparks flew for them during their Love Island journey.
Aaron and Lucinda left after facing the public vote and were left in the bottom two couples.
Georgia Townend became the seventh unlucky-in-love Islander after a very dramatic re-coupling in episode 22 of the hit dating show.
In the explosive episode, the PE teacher opted to couple up with Chloe resulting in the marketing executive being sent packing.
Despite Hugo having several conversations to get to know Georgia, he gave a gutsy speech where he put Toby Aromolaran on blast instead. The drama of it all!
The girls then decided Danny should leave the villa, despite him being a newbie.
He left alongside AJ Bunker, who was also left in the bottom three following a public vote.
AJ Bunker became the fifth contestant to be dumped from Love Island after the public vote left her at risk.
The boys were then left to decide her fate as she was one of three girls in the bottom three alongside Lucinda Strafford and Chloe Burrows.
A savage twist meant that the boys had to say goodbye to AJ as they voted for her to leave the villa, where she left alongside Danny.
The fourth contestant to leave the show was Brad McClelland, whose dumping came as a savage twist when he and Lucinda Strafford were forced to pick between which one of them would leave after being voted the least compatible couple by the public.
He even revealed he’d be sad to not continue his spark with Lucinda in the outside world, depending on how her Love Island journey pans out.
Chuggs Wallis was the second contestant to be booted off the show, just two days after he graced our screens as a late addition.
He was dumped after Rachel chose to couple up with Brad.
Shannon Singh was the first Islander to be dumped from the villa after new bombshell Chloe chose Aaron in a drama-filled re-coupling, which saw the model forced to leave the show.
Her exit came after less than 48 hours in the villa, with many fans hoping she'd be making a return to the show during Casa Amor.
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